What US companies can leanr from Norway's Grindr ruling

09/02/2022 | IAPP

There are common threads in privacy regulations around the world that contain valuable lessons regardless of jurisdiction. This IAPP article finds that to be the case for US-based companies and the attention they should pay to the decision by Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, against dating application Grindr about violations of EU General Data Protection Regulation consent provisions. The article covers the case's key takeaways and how US privacy laws may treat similar activities.

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